In The Great Gatsby, what does Gatsby flaunt at Tom when he talks to him, and what was Tom's hypocritical remark? Chapter 6

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Your question seems more related to the dramatic hotel scene that occurs in Chapter VII when Tom, Daisy, Gatsby, Nick, and Jordan have driven into New York City to escape the heat and boredom of summer. After taking part of a suite at the Plaza, the irritable group orders drinks; conversation ensues, leading to the unavoidable confrontation between Tom and Gatsby. Gatsby tells...

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